Sewer Repair and Replacement in Glenview, ILGive us a call today: 847-583-1858
Sewers are a necessary component of your home, and ensuring that you have a team of professional plumbers to repair and replace it is a high priority. Reliance Plumbing Sewer & Drainage, Inc. can help you with all of your sewer repairs in a timely and affordable manner—just call our Glenview, IL office today and schedule an appointment!
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Do you notice that your sewer is starting to leak or it’s being infiltrated by tree roots? Then don’t hesitate to contact us ASAP.
Contact Reliance Plumbing Sewer & Drainage, Inc., the sewer repair and replacement specialists of Glenview, IL. Rely on Reliance!
How to Tell You Need Sewer Line Repair in Glenview
There are warning signs to watch for that will tell you that it’s time to call licensed plumbers to inspect the sewer line and see if it needs repairs. Here are a few of them:
- Odors from the drains: If these odors are coming from multiple drains around your home, it indicates a deeper issue in the plumbing system, possibly clogs or breaks in the sewer line.
- Damp, foul-smelling spots on the lawn: If the sewer line starts to leak, it will leave unpleasant smelling patches on your property. If you notice such spots, call for professional plumbers right away.
- Slow and clogged drains: When drains all around your home start clogging (usually beginning in the lowest rooms) it means a back-up in the sewer line.
Why You Need Professional Sewer Line Replacement
You only need to think about the length of your sewer line and the depth at which it is buried to understand why neither you nor an amateur plumber can hope to replace the line on your own. But there is more to sewer line replacement than simply hiring licensed plumbers.
You should look for a company that offers trenchless sewer line replacement services. This is a technology that bypasses the traditional, but slow and destructive, method of opening up a large trench across the property to reach the pipe. Trenchless technology only needs to dig one of two small holes, and the process requires hours rather than days to complete.